Maybe we're from different generations, or have had different experiences, but I know plenty of females that have or are using their body, in one way or another, to make money. Every single one of them are intelligent and view their body as *another* way to make money, not the *only* way.
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24-02-2016 12:48 #31
24-02-2016 12:59 #32
I think age and experience definitely has an impact on a person's view of this 😄
Part of it for me is raising a son to adulthood (21 in April) and seeing the attitudes towards women and s.exuality from him and his friends (male and female).
Part is watching my 17 yro niece turn into a young women who despite being raised to believe differently and being highly intelligent, views her face/body/s.exuality as assets (her words not mine) to be used to get ahead while they last. Is that empowering? IMO no.
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24-02-2016 15:42 #36Senior Member
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People that say good for them ,it's empowering etc etc.
Would you want your children involved in this? Would you want your spouse making a quick extra buck doing this? Your mum? Your dad? Would you be happy he is being a sugar daddy?
It's always fine with some people until it's in their back yard. Personally I could NEVER pay someone to have sex with me/ hang out with me.
24-02-2016 15:47 #37
We don't live in a world where this is accepted, plain and simple. And it takes a HELL of a lot of guts to go against deeply ingrained societal beliefs around these issues.
And yep if I found out my daughter was doing this I would not be proud or impressed.
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24-02-2016 15:50 #38
Doesn't bother me in the slightest.
I totally considered being an 'escort' a few years ago.
Not all of them have sex. Many actually do not- they provide company and dates, especially to corporate events.
And those that do provide sex, have agreed to it.
It's a job, like everything else.
24-02-2016 15:51 #39
My children? With the way the industry currently is? No. But if they could do it 100 % safely and it made them happy, then that's what I care about. What my other family members choose to do with their own lives is none of my business. I love my family for who they are, not because of the job they do.
24-02-2016 15:54 #40Senior Member
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I actually feel sorry for people that have to do this. I do not judge them in any way. Sometimes people make desperate choices in desperate times.
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